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DP of the Opera Chapter 5The next day, the first thing Danny saw was the love of his life kissing another man.He stared in horror as Aaron pressed Sam up against the lockers, his lips pressing onto hers forcefully. The Goth girl kissed him back, holding him close and smiling into it.A million thoughts ran through his mind. When did this happen? What's going on? Why is she kissing him? Why is she LETTING him kiss her like that?His blood boiled at the possessive hold Aaron had around the girl, but he forced a smile onto his face. It looked more like a grimace, though. He walked up to them, eyes flashing green at the smirk on Aaron's face when he pulled away from the girl. "Well, hello, Fenton.""Well hey. What's going on here?" Danny tried to ask pleasantly. "When did you two start
dating?"Sam turned excited violet eyes to him. "Yesterday! Oh, Danny, Aaron is the perfect guy for me!" She snuggled up to said boy, those eyes turning to gaze up at him. Danny felt like he'd been punched in the gut. He'd alw
InevitableNatsu sure was acting strange earlier. He just came running up to me, the goofy smile on his face goofier than usual. He told me to meet him under the huge tree in South Gate Park with Lyra and Horologium. I shouted at him that he better not have been planning to use them to get treasure but he ran away laughing before I could finish my sentence.Now here I was in South Gate Park with my cutest outfit (I don't even remember putting it on), a new haircut from Cancer (I don't even remember asking him to do that), and Lyra and Horologium's keys. The light posts were still on but there was no one around - more importantly, Natsu wasn't around. Looking around for Natsu, I yelled, "Natsu! Natsu! Are you here yet?""Right here!" I could hear Natsu but I couldn't see him."Where?"I heard rustling noises coming from the tree, and I looked up to catch Natsu standing on one of the branches. Just as I was about to call him down he jumped off the branch, heading down to where I was standing. "Here